He played in the 1985 NFC Divisional Playoff Game.
He rushed for 4,450 yards in four seasons at SMU.
He has a daughter Rea Ann Silva.
His birthday is the same day as Terry Bradshaw's.
In 2000, Dickerson coordinated a charity golf tournament.
Eric was chosen to be in the 1980s ALL-DECADE TEAM.
Eric played on 4 NFL teams.
He ran for 13,259 rushing yards during his career.
He has been an All-Pro 5 times.
In 1983, he was named the NFC Rookie of Year.
Eric was traded to the Colts in 1987.
Eric went to SMU college.
Eic is a Southern Methodist.
Eric was drafted in 1983.
Eric has been to 6 Pro Bowls.
Eric is 6' 3" and weighs 220 lbs.
He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.
Eric played in the NFL for 11 Seasons.
Eric Dickerson: We need to take away the negative plays and do better at the end of games when we need to run the ball ... On too many first downs, runs were for negative yards or zero.
Eric Dickerson: Oh, God yeah, he's a specimen ... He's a man-child. He's a lot like Eric Dickerson. I think he can play at Texas next year.
Eric Dickerson: When they have their hands on their knees, that's when they're tired.
Eric Dickerson: She told me I wasn't playing for the coach, I was playing for myself.
Eric: Most of the hits I take come on top of the shoulder pads.
Eric Dickerson: I'd love to be in the Hall of Fame one day and win Super Bowl rings, or even one... and stay healthy.
Eric Dickerson: I run upright mostly when I see daylight, so if you watch film you'll see I don't get hit in the chest much.
Eric Dickerson: I don't give players a chance to hit me.
Eric Dickerson: I believe if I stay tall and run up high, I can see better.